follow site Nobody had to have a personality transplant in order for someone to love them… yes they all changed some, but they just became better versions of themselves. Before, their quirks and hangups were holding them back, but they learned to take those qualities in themselves and use them in a positive way instead of letting the personality trait be in control.
Instead of giving Jang-mi personal satisfaction, this just led to her being dismissed and overlooked by her friends and family. But I believe that even though he did a lot of growing, Ki-tae still stayed essentially himself through the course of the show… he simply learned how to turn his protective instincts to the people he loves rather than keep it all for himself. But the best thing about this entire show has always been the focus on family. None of us live in a vacuum and, good or bad, our families shape and define who we are.
Jang-mi and Ki-tae were dysfunctional because their families were dysfunctional — but rather than fighting the future in-laws for control like so many drama characters, they actually drew those families in and worked on healing them. But they learned how to love and accept one another in spite of that, and maybe even because of that.
The best dramas are ones that not only make you laugh and root for the characters, but make you feel something special, and I think I can confidently say that this show did that and did it well.
It is in some ways the least romantic and most realistic of depictions since we have characters who run the gamut from happily wed, happily divorced, to some whose marriages resemble war buddies who are in it till the end because no one else would know their pain. This series is a standout among rom-coms for its fresh take on contemporary romance, its flawed characters who were allowed to remain flawed, and the lovely sense of humor that the writer and director shared—there was a cohesion in the writing and directing that was palpable, in that we were made to feel all of the right beats in all the right ways, which is actually rare.
I loved the setup, but it started to drive me nuts the way we felt trapped there. The series was at its best early on, when the humor crackled and the couple was forced to act loving on the surface while antagonism brewed underneath. But once they started using it to misrepresent scenes altogether with footage that was a direct lie, it stopped being clever and felt manipulative; they lost meaning when I could only start counting them as fantasy sequences.
At least the finale went out on the kind of cold open I had loved early on. Marriage Not Dating was a relative success for tvN it reached a high of 4. I love watching actors grow role by role, and these two had such a fantastically timed growth spurt in the same drama opposite one another.
It underscored that the secondary loveline in the drama—between Jang-mi and her future mother-in-law—was something that changed Mom as a daughter-in-law as well. I loved that the familial thread ran through the show from beginning to end, and that despite the romance being the hook, family is what we end on.
Your email address will not be published. I will miss this drama a lot. Can't believe it's over.. Watch her in 'Warm Words'.. She's the only reason i keep watching the show. While I found the show entertaining. I didn't actually like a single one of the characters, and especially Gong Gi Tae. In that last episode his attempts to cheer her up or whatever it was he was doing when trying to force to her to eat and joke around with him and talk about marriage when she's trying to find her father to tell him her mother has cancer were appalling! And that thing with the letter - what gives him the right to open her mother's private letter, read the contents, steal it, and then refuse to let her daughter see it?
I would have ripped him a new one right there. I will say the product placement for the LG portable photo printer in the last episode totally got me. I immediately looked it up and may still buy it I bought LG G3 after watching this drama when I saw the printer.. If I found out my mother had cancer, I'd love to have Gong Ki-tae there doing all those things for me: I mean, making sure I eat, holding my hand, and then staying with my father and comforting him all night?
I couldn't ask for anything more. Mostly because all that those things really show is that he's trying, that he's worried for me and that in itself is something lovely even if he doesn't know exactly how to convey it perfectly. Although, I personally think him going out of his way to mend the relationship between Jang-mi's parents is a pretty wonderful way to convey how much he cares for them, but that's just me: The fact that he did all those things is just his way of showing love and concern to the ones he care for.
It may not be super romantic, but that just makes him, him. Thank you DB for the recaps. I appreciated it so much. This one of the less-buzzed drama when it began but ended with a bang. I have to agree that the second leads with the exception of Hoon Dong, he's such dork didn't contribute as much as to the awesomeness of this series but the families made up for them esp GT's mom.
Yay, the three women being together forget dad, girl power FTW. And don't make me start with the wedding. If it ended with a simple wedding, it's not MND. The kiss at the end perfectly wraps up their story and now that's a kiss. I agree that the big weakness in this show were the second leads, Se Ah and YR. Neither one of these characters were written particularly well - their motives were fuzzy, and they hanged allegiances and directions without notice or reason. But the acting was also very poor - both characters were played by idols, with little acting experience, and it showed.
Both of them were more concerned with looking good than showing some real emotion, and neither of them were able to give any unspoken clues about their character. I got so sick of their plastic, enigmatic smiles. I understood the rest of the characters, I felt like they were real people, and then there was Ken and Barbie. Thanks for the recaps guys! I still have to catch up on the drama, but I did read all the recaps. I can say I am pretty much satisfied with the ending: D Gi Tae and Jang Mi made one awesome pair!
This drama was very fresh and funny. This adds onto my list of most fave dramas. Gonna watch out for the leads from now on, they were fun to watch. Was consistent from start to finish. Watching this became a bonding time with my wife who kept on nagging me to check whether the latest episode was already out. This was also a great consolation after being disappointed so much with Doctor Stranger not that they have any relation.
Good directing, writing, and most of all, good actors. This drama did not have any pretensions at being life-like, or having any deep meaning. It never attempted to moralize or to stylize the scenes again, unlike Doctor Stranger. It was just plain heartwarming, and hilarious and insightful towards the end. Congratulations to all the production staff and the cast. Will look forward to another drama by the same actors.
Incidentally, am not Korean. But I am beginning to love Korean culture and actors. Have watched tons of Korean dramas. Thank you as well to all who do the subs. Looking forward to visit Korea with my wife one day. MND was a good drama. I started off loving it but midway it lost its addictiveness to me and it wasn't as funny as it used to be. They took too long to have the OTP start dating and the angst and the two leads going around in circles aggravated me to no end. In spite of all of this I still liked this drama and when the leads did get together they were magic on screen.
They have such wonderful chemistry, I hope they are able to reunite in another drama or movie someday. The ending left me wanting more, idk I just didn't like the ending that much even though that kiss was amazing. They kept mentioning a plot twist so much that I thought it was going to be something epic, but all it was was whats her name getting knocked up by that one doctor guy. That was a let down. However, I loved that Gi Tae's mom found her happiness in the end.
Her husband's family screwed her up so badly that it's understandable why she acts the way she does. Overall I enjoyed this drama even if some of my love for it at the beginning wore off towards the end. It's still one of the best rom-coms of for me and I will put it on my repeat list for rainy days. Even though I love this show which has ne comparing it to coffee prince.. I understand girlfriend take on the cold scene in the beginning.. With everything else showing now.. I can't even get through half the episodes without folding it in but I have been waiting and even watching without subs since I was so anxious for this show..
Probably the best thing for this ending was that not everyone got redeems in some unreasonable way.. Thank you Lollypip and girlfriday for the great and heartfelt recaps. Love this series so much but wished we had more time to just savor the OST relationship for a little longer. As well as seeing Ki-tae's dad suffer a whole lot more. And by the way, what with Jang-Mi's mom, yikes!!
What a whiny self centered woman! I really loved the OTP, but the scene that by far made me grin the most was the one where the 3 women collectively kicked dad to the curb. I didn't think he had it in him. Thank you guys so much for the great recaps and insight you've provided and to all the commenters who left such great comments about the show as well.
You two said what I wanted to say and more so much better than I ever could have, especially your last lign here, girlfriday, ha. I'm going to miss this show so much, especially the lead couple. They had so many adorable, sweet, wonderful and heartfelt moments in the last few episodes and it was a joy to witness them grow as people and as a couple. The actors did a fabulous job with these roles and they've definitely put those two on the map for me.
And because I didn't get to comment on it in the last recap, I still love, love, LOVE the moment between Kitae and his mother on the phone and the ones here between KiTae's mom, aunt and halmoni. I love how much this show emphasised the importance of family. It did a tremendous job of showcasing that even if they're dysfunctional and you're not close to them - your family still shapes you into who you are in a big way.
It was wonderful seeing the love between the women in KiTae's family and seeing his father get his comeuppance and Mom get her fire back. I was waiting for that. Just like how JangMi's parents made a scene at the hospital while making up - seeing that made me realize that she got her "scene-making" ways from them. I also loved the realism in their decision to get married. They know firsthand just how badly marriages can go but even so, they're still willing to give it a try and try their best to love and support each other despite whatever twists life may throw at them.
I also loved the cleverness in the writing, the crazy sound effects, the awesome ost and the cute effects on screen. When this drama started I forgot about it and all the news that were posted here. I was just checking viki and it appeared, I read the description and watched episode 1. This drama made me laugh, even cry a little and made me care for many of the characters.
Ki-tae and Jang-mi are so good and so cute together, and I only can agree, the family aspect in this drama is one of its strongest angles. Maybe is not a perfect drama but the crazy second lead and the flaws here and there never made me abandon it, because I was so in love with the good stuff that I could pass through that. I still can't believe that this drama is over. I'm so going to miss it. Been playing the OSTs over and over again. It's my first time seeing Han Groo act and I'm even surprised because she's so young!
Her acting is on point and she's so good at comedy. Yeon Woo Jin's characters are so scary and he was a killer in Arang but the first time I saw him was in Ojakgyo Brothers and from then on, I knew he'd do well in a rom com. I admit that this drama kinda bored me halfway through it and I actually stopped watching. I had to catch up on 4 episodes at once. It's the 2nd leads. I love Sunhwa and Jinwoon but omg their characters are so annoying. Then the bestfriend was just annoying too. Still, I enjoyed the drama and it was a fun watch among all the dramas airing now. Gi Tae's "I know that there's no such thing as love that last forever.
Despite that, I want to try loving you forever. T like seriously, no kidding. Usually, I get bored half way through and find myself FF all the annoying and useless bits. But I thoroughly enjoyed each and every episode of this one! I mean, they are pretty annoying at times. But somehow I get the satisfaction of seeing the leads jealous of seeing one another with their own respective cockblocker hahaha. If we were to compare, there are definitely many more worse second leads out there.
The one thing I truly appreciate about the show is how it works so well to build up relationships so realistically, whether it is between a mother and son, mother and daughter-in-law, husband and wife etc. The last episode wrapped up things pretty nicely. Loved the scene between grandma, aunt and mom. Crying and hugging each other, leaving cheating dad gobsmacked whilst they celebrate living together hahaha.
Seriously, those two are amazing. Yeon Woo Jin is so damn charming in the show, so much so that I wanna get a Ki-tae myself. A girl can dream. Han Groo did a great job as Jang-mi too. Her movements are always so dramatic yet still somewhat natural at the same time. Looking forward to see her future projects for sure. This is the best drama I have watched by far! Can't wait for the drama that is supposed to replace it too! Thank you for recaps! And thank you dramagods for such a zippy and hilarious rom-com.
Oh, I must also thank whoever did the sound effects in this show. Gaaah, is it over already?!
I am super glad however, that Gi Tae's mom was able to get the treatment she deserved all these years, and that Gi Tae's Dad didn't get a free for all happy ending just because he was the main character's father. Same with Jang Mi's parents, I kind of wanted them to have a chance to lay down all their grievances especially Jang Mi's mom because I feel as though the reunion will be temporarily. Anyhoo, that's some of my thoughts.
All in all, a great show, I hope that tvN continues to produce awesome shows like this: Such a satisfying ending to a solid drama. I have to admit the earlier episodes were my favourite, it went flat in the middle for me but the ending was done nicely. I cried when the three ladies cried when grandma finally let go of her daughter in law and cried again when mum offered to live with the other 2 ladies and left dad to go eat crap for all they cared.. And yay for a show that uses more than the main leads in an effective way. I still wouldn't say all characters were likable or well-developed and used as in my other favorite show of the season, High School King of Savvy.
I liked the portrayal of the leads and their families best here - including grandma, aunt, even sleazy dad and his mistress. Hoon-dong was funny once you get past the first few episodes where he was quite repulsive - and he did get his comeuppance in the shape of his wife insert evil grin here. Se-ah and Yeo-rum I cared for even less except for during the beach escapade. I thought at that point they might have an interesting friendship between all of them but after that unfortunately things went back to square one.
It might be the writing, the acting or a combination of both but they have not added anything aside from being plot devices. Putting that weakness aside there are many things I loved about the show. Ki-tae's silent reconciliation with his mom over the phone was awesome. Loved that he understood her value too late and there was no turning back. The couple who seemed like the perfect family ended up divorcing while the ones who were always fighting ended up together because they actually loved each other in their own crazy way.
Thanks TVN for giving us a realistic relationship of 30 somethings in which people really kiss, sleep together and have romantic moments in a bathtub! It was short, cute and touching. Aw, I loved Missing You. I just watched it last week. The woman I like is being mistreated like that. How much more do you want me to see that?! I like you, you frustrating woman! Jang Mi just backs up and then starts running away. When I stay by your side, I keep coming to dislike myself.
But I keep feeling ashamed of myself in front of you, and I really hate feeling ashamed. I feel the same. Not even once have I ever doubted myself. I keep hating myself because of you. Even so…I want to be with you. They walk back to his apartment and Gi Tae tries to dry the sweat from his hands. He makes a few attempts to hold her hand but fails. He reminds her that even when he told her not to come, she still would.
She guesses that he waited for her and he tries to deny it. She confesses to having stopped by once and almost rang the doorbell. She wonders if he ran to the door after hearing footsteps, which puts a slight smile on his face. He finally manages to hold her hand and they interlock their fingers. He tries to cover her eyes and tells her to go to the car but she starts laughing and says that he really fell hard for her.
He perks up and immediately starts unbuttoning his shirt. He happily takes a shower and makes sure to clean himself off very well. He enters the living room wearing his bathrobe barely containing his excitement. He leans down for a kiss but she laughs, asking what naughty things he was thinking. She hands him the vacuum and tells him to put some clothes on.
No sexy time for him. LOL He runs to get the glasses and wine. My, how the tables have turned. I actually think it will be good for the both of them to just comfortably date each other without concerns about marriage. They should just enjoy it. Overall, this episode was just plain cute! Gi Tae definitely upped his game in this episode! How adorable was it that he bought all those chickens from Jang Mi? He respected her distance but he still wanted to look after her in his own way.
It was adorable while at the same time kind of pitiful when he just stayed in his apartment and ate fried chicken alone, not bothering to go to work or showering. But he actually seemed at peace. All he needed was to be able to see Jang Mi every now and then from afar and he was a happy man. Seriously, how far did they go? Where was that spark that caused you both to run for, what looked like, miles?
However, those kisses were pretty great. I especially liked the little pecks she gave him on the cheek. Who knew Gi Tae was so cheeky and naughty? He just barely started dating her and he already wants to sleep with her? I love watching how giddy he is now that he is dating Jang Mi.
Also, I was happy to see Yeo Reum again, looking better than ever! He was sooooo cute in this episode! I am curious to find out who the mystery investor is though. Does noble idiocy run in the family? We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for.
Ah I have been on vacation so I have been missing all of my dramas this week! Thank goodness for all these reviews! I am so sad this show is ending so soon!! I went back to my hometown Colorado! He wanted to have cake and eat it too. He should have been kick to the curb a long time ago and get a good divorce lawyer. Finally, KT blurts out his true feelings, but I wish he said it in a different way since it sounded harsh. I love the reversal of attitudes, but it threw me regarding Jang Mi just wanting to date only.
All this time, she has been wanting to get married. I don't think it will last that long because KT won't be able to suppress his naughty thoughts. Thanks for recapping so fast. Can't wait to see KT's dad rejected by his mistress who has no interest in doing his laundry and making his meals! After all that useless, aggravating angst. It feels really nice that we can finally get back to the we all know and fell in love with.
Because I like Yoo-reum and Se-ah so much better when they aren't being clingy and manipulative. And I'll just have to chip i with girlfriday because Yoo'reum's one sided love towards hyung is sooo cute. Yeon Woo-jin, once again, reigns this episode. I bet that right after MND finishes he will get tons of romcoms offers, left and right. So will Han Groo, for that matter. Both, him in the latter episodes, her in the earlier episodes, tackled comedy with so much ease but not overdramatic that you can't help but to laugh off your seat everytime they do something bizarre or out of place.
Yeon Woo-jin's faces are definitely something to be praised of. He's not that handsome, IMHO. There are tons of Korean actors with faces many times more handsome and statuesque than his. But funnier and more charming? I don't think so. I especially like his shy slash surprised smirk, I notice he does that a lot, like when he's in the fortune teller scene and here again when Jang-mi was telling him to go take a bath. I know you guys know which face I'm talking about because he is just so goddamn cute.
Oh, I think YR was being manipulative. I just didn't mind it so much, because it will lead to awesome friendship scenes later on. That character seriously gives me the heebie-jeebies, she is so creepy. This drama is so utterly satisfying from a writer's perspective. There was such a clever flip of characterization here and you saw how absolutely honest it felt because the writer s have been diligently laying the groundwork for this in a believable fashion.
When I compare this to something like Trot Lovers, another rom com with cute characters that started out silly and cute, and see where we end up on two completely different levels This episode nail it for me.. Finally yr has become the 2nd lead I been wanting.. An open ear for jm to complain to while knowing noting will ever happen.. Hoon is still the crack up he always will be but man I feel sorry for him.. The mom still bother me tremendously in this one.. If he stays by her side then she will never divorce him..
Kt and jm were so cute this episode.. Ohh we need more.. The best scene to me was kt realizing that jm would never try to purposely hurt him.. I was kinda nervous since we all know jm would jus enter his house without ringing the door bell even though kt keeps thinking she would so I was so surprise when he called her out for wanting to help him when she thought kt thought the same thing as his mom.. I totally thought Jang Mi's idea of helping Ki Tae was to go online and leave nice comments under aliases and defend him to the bad commenters all "He's a great doctor who really cares about his patients!
Is it just me? Or does anyone else notice that during the scene when Jang Mi swatting flies, she looks like a cute tennis player holding a tennis racket. It's safer in Korea. Gi Tae flashes around ohmanwon in his wallet. Ha, about the purse! My friend left her phone in the subway when we were traveling in korea, an ajumma actually went off the train to give it back to her.
Maybe income gap is nonexistent in korea lol. This is off topic, but your comment reminds me of when Yoon Doo Joon from Let's Eat, Iris 2, Beast had lamented about leaving his MP3 player on a bench in the subway station. He realized it after he boarded the subway as the glass doors were closing.
He got off at the next station and went back to the bench, but it was already gone. Reality is the huge disparity between the homeless living permanently in subway stations in their stowed away sleeping bags Seoul Station subway was memorable - there were even bonfires outside to cook their raw food in cans I think I'm the only one amused by Gi Tae's shirt during the confession scene.
It says, "Lies" and "More lies" in a cross shape. I liked she smacked some boundaries on him and got upset about trying to secretly fund him, but then he threw back at her she was doing the same thing to him. The character reversal is nice and a bit true to life. Often when your foundation gets shaked you swing too far in the other direction. Their version of that is not the exact same as the other person's version, which is a nice little bit.
I'm guilty of watching the episode 4 times and then about more times on the park to apartment parts of the episode, mostly to study it. The acting was so good, and there were subtle parts I really liked, such as him wiping his hand before trying to grab her hand, and then when failing, wiping it again. How he wiped his face and then paused, then doubled down anyway, paused for permission before the kiss, the way she grabbed his waist as a form of consent The under dialogue even in the silence was well done.
Which is why I watched it about 4 more times. Plus the under dialogue of what she was thinking was also well mapped so that the noble idiocy didn't feel so idiotic. She had good reasons to stay away, but she couldn't bring herself to put herself in that mess again. Yeah, I get this is a bit more on the technical side, but it's because the emotional side was so well mapped, I wanted to see how they did it. Im on mobile data but ive rewatched the park to apartment part for three times now!!! Aggressive nods to everything you said. I lo o o o o ve their unspoken dialogs.
What i really love about gitae is despite his seemingly rude behaviors he always respects jangmi's boundaries. He "asked" for consent. Not the usual forces kiss that kdramaland usually offers where the girl looks more pained than loved. Ggah im crazy for a guy who hugs before a kiss and gong gi tae did just that. I have so much respect for both leads in this show. I went into the show not knowing who they are but now i keep admiring their acting skills.
Its as if they put everything into the characters theyre playing. Like not once were they afraid to make facial expressions that might make them look less attractive. And that just earns so many respect points from my pov. You know the director and writer trusts the actors when they use large silences in between.
There were at least 3 lean ins from different distances, 2 over the shoulders, yet it was cut together beautifully.
That's at least 5 kisses and it was well mapped. The acting was so good on him and her, and it's clear her confidence in herself to some degree has gone up, even if she says it wavers in front of him, she's still the one that proposed the cool relationship, meaning she's learning to be more selfish and ask for things she wants. A few times what she said and what he said contradicted their physical actions, which is just good acting overall But they both got it I want to put together a scene half so well.
I totally thought of how strangely appropriate his 'Lies and More lies' shirt was. I noticed his shirt, too. I was like, "Whelp, looks like the coordi's trying to make a statement. And I have to say that the sound effects are very well placed in this drama. Even the simple scene became funny because of the sound effects.
My only annoyance with this show is how inconsistent the second leads are. Like, after yeoreum deliberately hug jangmi knowing gitaes mom is watching, were now given such a sweetheart version of yeoreum that wants to work with jangmi with no other motives. Do i trust that? I mean he didnt seem like hes ready to let her go just an episode ago. I would love for them to make peace with one another just not this fast. I would prefer to have hyeon hee being jangmis comfort during her lowest point.
The female friendship was something i loved during the first 2 eps of this drama but hyeonhee seemed to have less of an influence this time. I get that she still has her parts in jangmi gitae relationship but i really wanna see a girl to girl talk more. Hey, I like YR, and even I know there's ulterior motive. He likes her and wants to be around her - and if she's not with KT as she's not when he initially talks to her , then why shouldn't he try to win her back? And it's a smart plan - if proximity to KT prompted feelings, perhaps proximity to YR will shift those feelings back.
Plus, he knows she'd be good for front-of-house, so win-win. I do feel a bit the same, worse, I think it is even 'outside' the drama scene I watched so many video clips And is nobody going to comment on Hoon-dong hilarious little dance? I died laughing when I saw him showing his new look to Gi Tae. What a great actor, he acts with his whole body, hahahaha!
There were many things running through my mind during that confrontation scene: Memories of the Alhambra: Indeed, once dissapointed, you are afraid of venturing into a new relationship because you are afraid it wun meet your high expectations. Han Groo did a great job as Jang-mi too. It's a wonder Ki-Tae didn't scrub his limbs off.
Srsly that guy's so funny, I won't mind the absence of his six pack. And the cleaning scene was literally the cutest scene in kdramaland ever. Though we get frustrating scenes sometimes, there are still little ones we cannot help but to laugh at. I won't mind his six pack absence as well, lol. Seems I'm not the only one here who notice and accept the lead male imperfections. Since I love this drama, I try to observe every small thing I can possibly find.
Not to be harsh, look at Ki Tae's small scar near his right eyebrow or his asymmetric eyelids. But, those what makes him having human-like character, what makes him alive in this drama. What being positive is that at the same time, I can see my own physical imperfections as somewhat cute. They just make us different, as we are Since, we--each of us, individually--are limited editions in this world I had a friend once who commented on the movie "The Full Monty" by saying that ordinary men generally have no idea how sexy they really are. But, those what make him having human-like character, what make him alive in this drama.
I was just wondering about the part where KT called JM's new cellphone-- wait a minute, how'd he get her new number? I think the same as well! I finished this episode, looked at my husband, and said "I can hear the dramabeans folks squealing from here. All you lead couple lovers had a lot to squee about, this episode.
And also little backhanded digs "noona", lol. So many dramas, I'm staring aghast at the screen, thinking, "Why in the name of all the gods would you chose that jerk? And I can't decide if Jang Mi's mother has cancer, or if she's pregnant from the sleepover. I hope it's the latter, because that would be maximum hilarity. I'm so glad that the funniness was back this episode - last week was difficult watching, so I'm pleased to be giggling again.
Hoon Dong was particularly hilarious. I never ever ever ever desperately waited for a drama online. This is the first time for me. Even from the first minutes in the first episode, I have fallen for this romcom. I tried to tell my friends about this show, but it seemed they did not really like it--they adored more on something melodramatic, something I slightly hate about, and not a comedy.
So, I keep watching it and try to find 'friends', you know it. And, here you are guys. I read many positive comments about the show here and I can't agree more. I have to value my eyes in seeing this drama although my friends did not like it, I find you here love it:. I agree with one of the comment here. I realize that there are still many actors who are more handsome than YWJ, but look at his expression in this show I rate it 9. Initially, I recognized his face and did not like him in which I pushed myself to because I felt bad at his role not his acting in Arang, but I kept telling my self that I had to give him a chance My friends told me that they disliked the lead female with no reasons.
I think she is brilliant and multitalented. She can speak Mandarin, English, and of course Korean. She--although not too famous yet--can sing as well. And her face is distinctive. It's hard not to like her. Her acting is well done too. The fact that the second lead actor look handsome is one of the strategies to attract audiences in case the first lead male might get failed in his act, but YWJ beat it. Means the producer doesn't need to worry things. Should I need to say more? You already know all from the comments here and from any observation you've done during your watching. I love the lead girl.
I had a friend just like her. I bet we all did. Actually, the plot and characters remind me of my dating days when I was By 20 we were all married Those were the best years, when I look back. Well, at least I defied my parents and ended up with my high school crush. My two girlfriends married the men their parents liked, not the guys they were in love with. Oddly, seventeen years later, all are still happy couples.
I once had too, real and alive, although in a bit different way. We have to be grateful for the experience of having such friends I know it wiont be an easy findings to have fallen in love with a series that is on air at the same time, one which I sorely avoid and cant believe myself that I cant help with this one!!
They make me smile. Really make my day, lol. I hope that we all here feel the same I hate and felt pity for him at Arang, but here, I just love him I couldn't say anything, but like, his character in this drama. I couldn't even enjoy the kiss scene because I was so worried about that purse!
I had to watch it again. I'm getting frustrated with characters in this drama and every other KDrama ever never explaining themselves when someone misunderstands them. I do get it in this instance; Jang-mi has heard over and over how she must be in it for the money so she feels that no amount of explanation is going to convince people of her sincerity.
But still, for my sake, please open your mouth and speak up for yourself. Non-Crazy Se-ah is pretty cool. Hope she stays that way. Same for Non-Smarmy Yeo Reum. I thought that Jang Mi's reluctance about marriage has more to do with her parents' relationship that in the complex past between her and Gi Tea. I just love seeing the two of them happy together.
At this point, I don't care what form their relationship takes Oh jang-mi you tease..
I love it that gi tae finally confessed to her. Though i have mixed feelings about jang mi's decision to keep it cool btwn them, I'm kinda glad with this turn of events. The reversal is so ironic and it'll be fun to watch how he has to convince her not to follow his own advice he'd given to her before about being cool n not to rely on anyone.
Marriage Not Dating: Episode by girlfriday. The problem with filling your day with trying to forget the person you love is that you spend all. Marriage Not Dating wraps up in a satisfying and poetic way, .. tvN (it reached a high of % during Episode 13 and mostly stayed within the.
I'm expecting a lot more cuteness frm them tomorrow,and pls writer no more misunderstanding btwn them or their families.